Norwegian Grounded Dreamliner Ready for Take Off, WSJ ReportsJonas Bergman
Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA test flight was carried out without a problem and the Dreamliner will take off at 5:35 p.m. local time, Asa Larsson, a spokeswoman told the Wall Street Journal.
Brake problem for the Dreamliner was traced by Boeing Co. to a contractor and the unit has now been replaced, the newspaper said. Dreamliner had been grounded in Sweden.
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